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Scrumpy

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Hi, I found this ammonite at Port Mulgrave yesterday. I know it's not complete, but I just like the look of it and also think it's pretty big.
Could someone be kind enough to ID for me.
Cheers Scrumpy

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Hi I'm no expert but it looks like a Harpoceras falciferum to me ?

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Hi WestcoastRock,  Is the umbilical seam undercut. Cannot see in the photo. If yes, then it is Harpoceras falciferum.
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Scrumpy

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Thanks for the replies lads,
Is this a common ammonite for port Mulgrave?
I've only been collecting for 4 years or so but normally its Dacs or Hildi's I find down there.
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Hi Scrumpy
It's not that common, especially whole ones
Yours is a partial but very attractive, I must say
Well done
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